Spine title: More's utopia; Signatures: A-P2; Leaf A2 misspelled as A; Errors in pagination: pp.46-47, 53, 117, 128, 133, 136, 205, and 262 misnumbered 44-45, 25, 116, 138, 109, 112, 181, and 226, respectively; T.p. contains title and text printed with an ornamental border; Headpieces; illuminations; printed marginalia; Dedicated to Cresacre Moore [sic.] by Ber[nard] Alsop; M. E. Barry's name signed in red ink in his own hand on front end page; M. E. Rare Book Collection. Special Collections,... Topics: Utopias--Early works to 1800, Political science--Early works to 1800, Philosophy--Early works to...
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A collection of three works; the "Epigrammata" of both More and Erasmus have special title pages, with the title surrounded by ornamental borders, but with continuous signatures and paging; all three works have separate colophons Topic: Utopias
byMore, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535; Armes, William Dallam, 1860-
CONTENTS Preface vii Introduction : page I. The Life of Sir Thomas More xi II. The Early Editions of the Utopia xxxiii III. The Utopia as a First Fruit of the Renaissance in England xxxvi IV. The Literary Art shown in the Utopia xliv V. The Purpose of the Utopia iii VI. Ralph Robynson and his Translation lvi Title-page op the First Edition of Robynson's Translation Robynson's Dedicatory Letter to Cecil 1 More's Letter to Giles 8 The Utopia : The First Book 17 The Second Book : A General Account... Topic: Utopias
byEliot, Charles W; Machiavelli, More, Luther; Luther, Martin, 1483-1546; More, Thomas Saint, 1478-1535
CONTENTS The Prince Niccolo Machiavelli Translated BY N. H. Thomson I. Of the Various Kinds of Princedom, and of the Ways In Which They Are Acquired 7 II. Of Hereditary Princedoms 7 III. Of Mixed Princedoms 8 IV. Why the Kingdom of Darius, Conquered by Alexander, Did Not, on Alexander’s Death, Rebel Against His Successors 16 V. How Cities or Provinces Which Before Their Acquisition Have Lived Under Their Own Laws Are To Be Governed 18 VI. Of New Princedoms Which a Prince Acquires With His Own... Topics: The Harvard Classics, Utopias, Political science -- Early works to 1800, Reformation -- Germany --...